Martin Peters is a rare breed. To play for two London clubs and be cherished by them both is nothing short of remarkable, not to mention the fact that he's one of only two Englishmen to have scored in a World Cup final.
Peters began his career at West Ham United, coming through the ranks to make his first team debut in 1962. He quickly established himself in the first team and was part of the side that won the European Cup Winner's Cup in 1964-65. It wasn't long before he received his first England call-up.
Alf Ramsey gave Peters his debut in May 1966 in a 2-0 win over Yugoslavia. Just weeks later the midfielder played his way into the squad for the World Cup, along with fellow Hammers Geoff Hurst and Bobby Moore.
His performances in the claret and blue of West Ham and the white of England led to a record-breaking £200,000 transfer to Spurs in 1970 where Peters' career really began to take off.
Peters' time at White Hart Lane was dominated by cup success. He won the League Cup twice in three years, the UEFA Cup in 1972 and helped Spurs to reach the UEFA Cup final the following season, only to be defeated by Feyenoord.
A five-year spell in north London would be brought to an end when Peters moved to Norwich City for £50,000 in March 1975. He went on to make over 200 appearances for the Canaries winning the Player of the Year award in consecutive seasons in 1976 and 1977.
The final stage of Peters' playing career would come at Sheffield United. He joined with the view of moving into management under the watchful eye of Harry Haslam. He was in the dugout sooner than expected when Haslam took ill and Peters' took charge in January 1981. He retired from football having made 882 appearances with a tally of 220 goals. He won 67 caps for his country, scoring 20 goals in the process.